Category Archives: Cheshire

Safety first at family-owned cruise operator ChesterBoat

Last Thursday ChesterBoat hauled their three working passenger boats out of the River Dee and onto dry land for a winter overhaul. All 3 boats, The Lady Diana, The Mark Twain and The Jackie weigh a combined Using a 250 tonne crane the Maritime and Coastguard agency carefully manoeuvred the 3 vessels from their usual…
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Further Updates to the 2018 Boodles May Festival

Huxley Stakes becomes first Group 2 to ever be run at Roodee Chester Plate to be introduced to provide an opportunity for those denied a run in the Chester Cup Prizemoney at the Boodles May Festival to be in excess of £1 million Chester is delighted with the news that the European Pattern Committee has…
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Cheshire East unveils dedicated service to boost local businesses

Cheshire East Council’s arms-length Skills and Growth Company has launched a dedicated service to help local businesses access finance to boost their growth. The Access2Finance service is in response to the findings of the latest Cheshire business survey, commissioned by the council, which found that 28 per cent of businesses said not accessing finance was…
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Cheshire East takes action to help rough sleepers and avoid homelessness

Cheshire East has restated its commitment to tackling the issue of rough sleeping and homelessness in the borough. The statement came as new figures showed the levels of rough sleeping were increasing across the country. Estimated figures for November 2017 showed the number of people sleeping rough in Cheshire East was 21. This is up…
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